Eagles tight end told to pay up for damages dog caused to condo

    Brent Celek “is a world class athlete.” That would probably be nicer for Celek to hear if it wasn’t coming from a lawsuit. The Eagles tight end and his wife are being sued by their South Philadelphia condo board for owning a dog.

    With the exception of dogs to assist the disabled, pets are prohibited at the Villas at Packer Park.

    Since Celek and his wife, a kickboxer, don’t fall under the exception, the dog’s gotta go.

    Not only does the suit tell the Celeks to remove “Bruiser” from the condo, the board also wants the couple to pay $10,000 in unspecified damages it says the dog caused in common areas.

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    The Daily News has more details and the full court document.


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